Students leave Christian and Missionary Alliance Sun Kei Secondary School in Tseung Kwan O on January 20. Secondary schools that want to hold full-day, in-person classes must ensure 90 per cent of students have three Covid-19 vaccinations by November 1. Photo: May Tse
Students leave Christian and Missionary Alliance Sun Kei Secondary School in Tseung Kwan O on January 20. Secondary schools that want to hold full-day, in-person classes must ensure 90 per cent of students have three Covid-19 vaccinations by November 1. Photo: May Tse
Alice Wu
Opinion

Opinion

Alice Wu

Students and schools are being failed by Hong Kong’s shifting Covid-19 goalposts

  • The government continues to leave students and schools in flux, with changes to the summer break now being followed by stringent new vaccination requirements
  • Putting the pressure to raise vaccination rates on teachers and students is unfair and ignores the damage being done to children’s mental health and development

Students leave Christian and Missionary Alliance Sun Kei Secondary School in Tseung Kwan O on January 20. Secondary schools that want to hold full-day, in-person classes must ensure 90 per cent of students have three Covid-19 vaccinations by November 1. Photo: May Tse
Students leave Christian and Missionary Alliance Sun Kei Secondary School in Tseung Kwan O on January 20. Secondary schools that want to hold full-day, in-person classes must ensure 90 per cent of students have three Covid-19 vaccinations by November 1. Photo: May Tse
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